Home Invites Members Groups Events Videos News Photos Blogs Forums Chat
Home > News > Post Content

Alabama State University's Breast Cancer Awareness Month Closing Examination & Prevention Event on Monday (184 hits)

Close out the Month with Breast Cancer Examination & Prevention Tips -
- Noted Physician Melanie Crutchfield Whitten, M.D. will Lead the Discussion -

WHEN: Monday (Oct. 30) @ 3 p.m.
WHERE: ASU's J. Garrick Hardy Student Center Theater (near ASU's Dunn-Oliver Acadome).

Monday (Oct. 30) is the last day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and what better way to close it out than to revisit what we may do to help ourselves reduce the impact of and prevent this most debilitating of diseases. That is why Alabama State University's office of Student Affairs is hosting a Breast Cancer Awareness Month Closing Examination & Prevention Event, which is led by Dr. Melanie Crutchfield Whitten, M.D.

The event will start at 3 p.m. on Monday at the J. Garrick Hardy Student Center Theater and it is free and open to the public.

Dr. Whitten is a physician in Atlanta who specializes in preventing and combating Breast Cancer. She will lead a discussion about Breast Cancer and the best ways to prevent it and reduce its impact, which includes monthly breast examinations, as well as early detection procedures.

Join us this final day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and report one more news story, which just may help positively impact someones life within our community.
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper
Friday, October 27th 2017 at 2:51PM
You can also click here to view all posts by this author...

Report obscenity | post comment
Share |
Please Login To Post Comments...
Email:
Password:

 
More From This Author
WJOU's 5th Annual Community Health Fair Hosted By Oakwood University
A Healthy Partnership: How to Support Your Bipolar Spouse
Itís Time to Acknowledge Male Victims of Domestic Violence
How to Recognize Trauma in Children
The Partnership for Healthier America and HBCUs to Convene at Oakwood University
Report: Beauty Products for Black Women Have More Health Hazards
Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise | Airs November 22 on PBS
Black America Since MLK: And Still I Rise | Premieres November 15 & 22 on PBS
Forward This Article Entry!
News Home

(Advertise Here)
Who's Online
>> more | invite 
Black Health Statistics
+ African Americans are 70% more likely to get Diabetes than whites.

+ More African Americans are obese than any other ethnic group in the U.S.

+ Infant mortality rates are twice as high for African Americans than for whites.

+ African Americans are more likely to die from Heart Disease than any other ethnic group.

Latest Member Activity
beverly oliver just posted a photos entitled 'the newspaper advertisements that put herbalist dr. sebi in jail'. 01:44PM
beverly oliver just posted a blog entitled 'dr. sebi, his advertisements and his day in court'. 01:36PM
beverly oliver just posted a blog entitled 'herbalist and natural healer dr. sebi rememebered'. 11:00PM
beverly oliver just posted a blog entitled 'vegetarian cookbooks by black authors'. 02:18PM
beverly oliver just posted a blog entitled 'recipes from sojourn to healthy eating'. 01:52PM
beverly oliver just commented on a post entitled '7 nutrient-packed foods to keep on hand'. 01:42PM
beverly oliver just posted a photos entitled 'sojourn to healthy eating'. 06:23PM
beverly oliver just commented on a post entitled 'minestrone vegetable soup'. 06:12PM
beverly oliver just commented on a post entitled 'understanding carbohydrates'. 06:00PM
beverly oliver just posted a blog entitled 'why sojourn to healthy eating: tasty alkaline & vegetarian recipes is no ordinary cookbook'. 05:41PM
elynor moss just invited 1 new member(s). 12:13PM
dr. tracey marie barnett just edited her profile. 07:12AM
>> more | invite friends